LocateSmarter, a cloud-based data delivery platform, will exhibit at the National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys (NARCA) 2014 Fall Collection Conference this week in Las Vegas.

The SaaS (software-as-a-service) company provides its users with the ability to manage their skip tracing process through an easy-to-use, cloud-based platform for accounts receivable and collection purposes. The patented application focuses on data provider management and automating complex business processes.

LocateSmarter Director of Marketing and Sales, Todd Osborn commented, “We are very excited to exhibit at NARCA, not only to expose legal collections to our product, but also to reveal some new features that will be released in early 2015. We will be demonstrating these features for the very first time at NARCA in an effort to obtain feedback from this highly regarded audience.”

Osborn added that he is pleased with NARCA’s conference sessions and feels that LocateSmarter is introducing their product to the legal division at an opportune time. Topics that will be discussed at NARCA include the role of technology in the collections industry, streamlining vendor management, regulatory compliance and more.

The conference will be held at Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Hotel, October 22 – 25.  Registered attendees are welcomed to stop by booth 124 for a product demonstration and to participate in a short survey.

LocateSmarter will publicly announce their new products in a future release. For more information about LocateSmarter and its data management platform, you can view a two-minute video at www.locatesmarter.com.

About LocateSmarter™
LocateSmarter, LLC., a subsidiary of CBE Companies, was formed in 2012 as a Business-Process-as-a-Service (BPaaS) company with a mission to deliver next generation, cloud-based skip trace solutions for accounts receivable management and collection purposes. The company developed an application that delivers consumer information from multiple data providers in one centralized location.

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